In this super-strange Snub Pollard film, a very rich old man promises to leave his extended family his fortune if they all move in together and get along for one year. Does this make any sense...or does any of the rest of the film make sense? NO!! But I still recommend it because the film has some of the more amazing stunts you'll ever see (except unless you see Pollard's "It's a Gift")...and a weird cartoon-like sensibility that will make you smile. There are tons of gimmicks based on expensive and weird props--such as a SUPER-large accordion as well as a house built by many DIFFERENT people--each making their own portion and somehow haphazardly tossing them together. And then...there's a floating house! You just have to see the movie and admire all it's strangeness that makes it amazingly creative and an interesting double-feature if shown along with Buster Keaton's "One Week" or, perhaps "The Electric House". Cute and well worth seeing.
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